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Little Sesame’s Opening Menu Includes a 10-Hour Egg Pita Sandwich and Floral Black Tea

It’s a true hummus and pita destination

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A hummus bowl from Little Sesame is flanked by juice, salad, pita bread, and pickled vegetables James Jackson/Eater DC

Little Sesame, the hotly anticipated fast-casual hummus hot spot, officially opened today. That means it’s time to take a look at the spot’s opening menu. The dishes mimic the interior design — think light and filled with plants.

The menu’s format will feel familiar to anyone who frequents fast-casual spots: the two main sections are dedicated to hummus bowls (served with pita) and pita sandwiches. This is definitely next-level hummus — while bowl #6 is a classic hummus bowl, item #4 mixes sweet corn with onion and pickled chili. Breakfast is available all day via pita sandwich #7 — avocado, salad, za’atar and a 10-hour egg. Side dishes (salatim) include watermelon fattoush with herbs and peanut dukkah and a chopped salad with tahini and za’atar.

For drinks, there’s butterfly pea flower lemonade, black tea with hibiscus. Dessert is dairy-free soft serve in two flavors, vanilla tahini or dark chocolate turkish coffee, with one topping included.

Prices at Little Sesame are reasonable and aimed at lunchers — the most expensive items clock in at $10.

Take a look at the full opening menu below: